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Ma'at Child and Family Therapist 

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network

TITLE: Ma’at Child and Family Therapist

SCHEDULE: Full-time position, 40 hours per week

SALARY: $80,000

BENEFITS: Health, Dental, and Vision insurance; $300 monthly commuter stipend

 

About Homeless Children’s Network

Homeless Children's Network (HCN) works to address two needs: first, the traumatic effects of homelessness and violence in the lives of young children and their families; and second, to establish a “standard of care” across a variety of shelters and housing programs. Working directly with the community, we help children and families address the root traumas that helped shape their worldviews, explore healthier perspectives, and learn practical non-violent skill sets for managing stress. We do this through comprehensive mental health services, case management, family education and support services, and community leadership.

About the Ma’at Program

The Ma'at Program is a supportive holistic therapeutic community, in which we center and work with African American/Black Families in San Francisco. Ma’at is focused on seven cardinal virtues: balance, order, righteousness, harmony, justice, truth, and reciprocity. Through these values, we provide individual and family therapy, mobile community outreach, culturally-based referrals, and community organizing and advocacy. Ma'at is a healing community based on Afri-Centric and culturally opulent principles.

For more information about the Ma’at program, please watch our introductory video at https://www.hcnkids.org/ma-at-program

 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS

  • Obtained at least a Bachelor’s degree, especially in Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Social Work/Social Welfare, Marriage and Family Therapy, or similarly related field.

  • Experienced and knowledgeable in child development, especially in BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, POC) families and communities; Familiar with resources and communities in San Francisco.

  • Registered with the Board of Behavioral Science (BBS) or active in the registration process - need to provide documentation by phone screen stage.

  • Already licensed in California or looking to gain licensure work hours.

  • Preferably experienced in provision of therapy through EPSDT (MediCal).

  • Working knowledge/experience related to issues of homelessness and domestic violence.

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.

  • Positive attitude and team play with proven ability to work with people of different intersecting identities.

HCN’s Community Culture

Of all the above important qualifications, bring the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality, not only of your professional life, but of what you hold dear.

At HCN we don’t just accept differences, we CELEBRATE them! At HCN, we thrive on your humanness, your individualism, your authenticity. Mohawks, weaves, braids, bald, twists, dreads, straight, mullet? Yes, that too. The people we serve are as diverse as a jar of multicolored marbles and for the benefit of our clients, our employees must be to. HCN is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

How to Apply

To apply, please submit a current resume and a thoughtful cover letter.

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Brighter Futures Case Manager

 

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network

TITLE: Brighter Futures Case Manager

SALARY: $68,000.00 per year

SCHEDULE: Full-time position, 40 hours per week

BENEFITS: Health, Dental, and Vision insurance; Commuter stipend

 

About the Position

HCN provides resources and referrals, which are designed to enhance families’ sense of connection to the communities in which they live and ensure that the changing needs of the child and family are met. Our work with families is strengths-based, and both respectful of and responsive to cultural and linguistic differences in various communities.

 

The Case Manager is responsible for providing housing stability plans for at least 18 households per year. As part of this work, the Case Manager may be supporting families in: 

1) searching for and securing housing, 

2) increasing income and employability, 

3) improving credit history and rental stability, 

4) addressing behavioral health issues that negatively impact housing stability, and/or 

5) accessing permanently affordable housing, including applying for placement on appropriate wait lists. 

 

Duties include but are not limited to those listed above in the efforts to support families in obtaining and/or maintaining stable housing.

 

About Homeless Children's Network

HCN works to decrease the impact of trauma and to empower families. Our comprehensive clinical services enable us to work closely with each family to understand their needs and to connect them to HCN's internal resources and our external partners. We form a trusted relationship and follow our clients over time, providing security and stability that allows them to become more stable and confident, raise healthy and emotionally independent children, and develop skills and training that will help lift them out of the cycle of homelessness.

 

About You!

  • Obtained a Bachelor’s degree, especially in Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, or similarly related field

  • Familiar with resources and communities in San Francisco, especially those dedicated to families with low income and experiencing homelessness/housing instability

  • Charismatic and outgoing, and look forward to networking and outreaching with individuals and organizations

  • Thrive in independent work while coming alive in a community of like-minded colleagues who share similar values

  • Tenacious and able to follow through in order to best support client needs

  • Willing to travel throughout San Francisco to meet with clients, families, and community partners as safety guidelines allow

  • Preferably bilingual and bicultural Spanish/English

 

HCN’s Community Culture

Of all the above important qualifications, bring the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality, not only of your professional life, but of what you hold dear.

 

Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

 

Please have stories of your own life and how you have been a mover and shaker to transform these systems.

 

Please accept that HCN is a vibrant community that has a legacy that is of interest to you, and is also prompted to grow steadily, and with the respect of what has been done well central in the conversation.

How to Apply

To apply, please submit a current resume and a thoughtful cover letter.

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General EPSDT Child and Family Therapist
Clinical Director

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network

TITLE: Clinical Director

SCHEDULE: Full-time position, 40 hours per week

SALARY: $120,000.00

BENEFITS: Health, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance; Generous PTO; Commuter Stipend

 

About Homeless Children's Network & Position

Homeless Children’s Network is a community-based organization providing mental health and family support services to children and families who are homeless and formerly homeless. This position is responsible for overseeing and developing the Clinical department including hiring, supervision, evaluation, and scheduling. Develop, plan and implement strategies for program continuation and growth. Provide clinical training to clinical staff and interns. This position must have a positive and supportive attitude toward the agency and its overall success. This position provides both clinical and personnel supervision to the clinical staff. Must have the ability to solve problems and have good decision-making and critical thinking skills.

Job Qualifications:

  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker or Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

  • Five years of progressively responsible non-profit program management experience and staff supervision.

  • Proven experience understanding and demonstrated ability to generate revenue for clinical services

  • Experience with Medi-Cal, and other types of client billing

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and data management software (AVATAR)

  • Experience and confidence in identifying and implementing evidence-based practices

  • Experience working in crisis settings with individuals and families

  • Ability to work flexible hours

  • Program development evaluation, solid organizational skills

  • Strong written and oral communication skills

  • Commitment to maintaining confidentiality

  • Good interpersonal skills, ability to relate well with persons from a variety of cultural groups

  • Carry out other duties as assigned by the Executive Director

 

Essential Functions:

  • Supervise the clinical department following the agency mission demonstrated by setting departmental goals and objectives

  • Evaluate existing contract compliance, monitoring, and reporting to ensure all goals are met.

  • Work effectively with Finance staff to develop an efficient billing system

  • Work with the management team to assure successful communication and coordination and participate in strategic planning

  • Provide clinical supervision to non-licensed therapists and clinical interns

  • Manage concerns relating to coverage, productivity, customer service skills, and workload expectations.

  • Recruitment of clinical interns, conduct outreach, and maintain working relationships with graduate schools

  • Supervise referral process and step in to support concerns with community partners

  • Work closely with Program Director and Executive Director to support programs and staff

  • Be an active part of recruiting, interviewing, hiring, and training new clinical staff

  • Oversee clinical supervision and training programs

  • Oversee internship/trainee program for graduate-level interns

  • Work with Quality Assurance department to ensure clinical best practices and compliance of all clinical documentation

 

HCN’s Community Culture

Of all the above important qualifications, bring the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality, not only of your professional life but of what you hold dear.

Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

Please have stories of your own life and how you have been a mover and shaker to transform these systems.

Please accept that HCN is a vibrant community that has a legacy that is of interest to you, and is also prompted to grow steadily, and with the respect of what has been done well central in the conversation.

At HCN we don’t just accept differences, we CELEBRATE them! At HCN, we thrive on your humanness, your individualism, and your authenticity. Mohawks, weaves, braids, bald, twists, dreads, straight, mullet? Yes, that too. The people we serve are as diverse as a jar of multicolored marbles and for the benefit of our clients, our employees must be too. HCN is proud to be an equal-opportunity employer.

 

How to Apply

To apply, please submit a current resume and a thoughtful cover letter 

Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network

TITLE: Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant

SCHEDULE: Full-time position, 40 hours per week

SALARY: $80,000

BENEFITS: Health, Dental, and Vision insurance; Commuter stipend

About Homeless Children’s Network

HCN works to address two needs: first, the traumatic effects of homelessness and violence in the lives of young children and their families; and second, to establish a “standard of care” across a variety of shelters and housing programs. Working directly with the community, we help children and families address the root traumas that helped shape their worldviews, explore healthier perspectives, and learn practical non-violent skill sets for managing stress. We do this through comprehensive mental health services, case management, family education and support services, and community leadership.

 

Services under our Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation (ECMHC) and EPSDT programs to homeless and formerly homeless children and their families include the following:

  • Consultation to Early Childhood Sites and Family Childcare Centers

  • Individual therapy with children

  • Family therapy

  • Staff and Parent education and support in early childhood

 

Majority of the work will be in ECMHC but that EPSDT and individual/family therapy work will be as needed, accounting for approximately 5% or less of the work

 

About the Early Childhood Mental Health Initiative

HCN is one of four agencies throughout San Francisco that provides services focused on early childhood mental health consultation. We work directly with staff of the agencies and offer valuable support, feedback and advice on how to implement effective programs for their clients to ensure healthy development during this crucial developmental stage of life. Services include consultation with parents, referrals for specialized services, parent education and support groups, direct therapeutic intervention with children and families, onsite training and support for providers, program consultation for partner sites, and child observation.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Obtained at least a Master’s degree, especially in Counseling Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Social Work/Social Welfare, Marriage and Family Therapy, or similarly related field.

  • Registered with the Board of Behavioral Science (BBS) or active in the registration process.

  • Already licensed in California or looking to gain licensure work hours.

  • Experienced and knowledgeable in child development, especially in BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, POC) families and communities

  • Preferably experienced in provision of therapy through EPSDT (MediCal)

  • Knowledge of and/or interest in early childhood (0 - 5 years old) development and supports

  • Working knowledge/experience related to issues of homelessness and domestic violence

  • Avatar or similar online billing/data entry experience is needed

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

  • Positive attitude and team play with proven ability to work with people of different intersecting identities

  • Preferably bicultural/bilingual Spanish-speaking to better meet the needs of the families we serve. Avatar or similar online billing/data entry experience is needed.

 

How to Apply

To apply, please:

  • Submit a current resume and a thoughtful cover letter

  • Include a sample progress note

 

Benefits:

  • Full Dental insurance

  • Full Health insurance

  • Full Vision Insurance

  • 6 weeks Paid Time Off = 240 Hours PTO / year

  • $300 Monthly Commuter Stipend

  • Life Insurance

  • 401k Retirement Plan

  • Professional Development Support

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Clinical Supervisor

 

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network

TITLE: Clinical Supervisor

SALARY: $105,000.00 per year

SCHEDULE: Full-time position, 40 hours per week

BENEFITS: Health, Dental, and Vision insurance; Commuter stipend

 

About the Position

The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for the quality of services provided by HCN therapists, with a reciprocal and circular model for collaboration among a network of community partners. The Clinical Supervisor will provide clinical supervision and clinical documentation support. The Clinical Supervisor provides weekly Individual and/or Group Supervision to child and family mental health services staff. The Clinical Supervisor monitors clinical documentation and provides input, in coordination with the Clinical Director in clinical policies and procedures. Master's Degree in Mental Health related field. Must be two years post-licensure as LCSW/ LMFT/ LPCC/ Psychologist and have completed the required course in Clinical Supervision.

 

About Homeless Children's Network

HCN works to decrease the impact of trauma and to empower families. Our comprehensive clinical services enable us to work closely with each family to understand their needs and to connect them to HCN's internal resources and our external partners. We form a trusted relationship and follow our clients over time, providing security and stability that allows them to become more stable and confident, raise healthy and emotionally independent children, and develop skills and training that will help lift them out of the cycle of homelessness.

 

About You!

  • Have been licensed for at least two years as an LCSW, LMFT, LPCC, or Clinical Psychologist, with a valid license for California

  • Completed your required Clinical Supervision training per California BBS/BOP standards

  • Experienced and knowledgeable in child development, especially in BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, POC) families and communities

  • Familiar with resources and communities in San Francisco, especially those dedicated to BIPOC youth and families

  • Preferably experienced in therapy through EPSDT (MediCal) and utilization of the AVATAR electronic records system

  • Working knowledge/experience related to issues of homelessness and domestic violence

  • View clinical supervision as a responsibility to the next generation of mental health practitioners

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

  • Positive attitude and team player with proven ability to work with people of different intersecting identities

  • Open to working remotely based on COVID-19 safety guidelines, but willing to travel throughout San Francisco to meet with youth and families once safely able to do so

 

HCN’s Community Culture

Of all the above important qualifications, bring the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality, not only of your professional life, but of what you hold dear.

 

Please bring a strong analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

 

Please have stories of your own life and how you have been a mover and shaker to transform these systems.

 

Please accept that HCN is a vibrant community that has a legacy that is of interest to you, and is also prompted to grow steadily, and with the respect of what has been done well central in the conversation.

At HCN we don’t just accept differences, we CELEBRATE them! At HCN, we thrive on your humanness, your individualism, your authenticity. Mohawks, weaves, braids, bald, twists, dreads, straight, mullet? Yes, that too. The people we serve are as diverse as a jar of multicolored marbles and for the benefit of our clients, our employees must be to. HCN is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. 

How to Apply

To apply, please submit a current resume and a thoughtful cover letter.

Communications Specialist

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network

TITLE: Communications Specialist

SALARY: $75,000.00 - $85,000 per year

SCHEDULE: Full-time position, 40 hours per week

BENEFITS: Offers industry-leading benefits and paid leave

 

About the Position

HCN is growing rapidly. As a Communications Specialist, you will have an exciting opportunity to have a big influence in an organization making a major impact in the unhoused community. Working closely with the Development Director and the Development and Communications team, key program staff, and external vendors, you will facilitate marketing activities across the organization with a focus on developing an organizational marketing strategy, creating original content for and managing HCN’s social media, website, and blog, a regular newsletter and more. You will also play a role in supporting marketing around all things having to do with development and fundraising.

 

The right candidate is focused, organized, entrepreneurial and self-directed, with a high level of cultural and technical fluency. You’re someone who loves learning new technology, and is a clear, direct communicator. Be ready to jump in and work, proactively meeting challenges and finding ways to advance HCN’s mission and the Development and Communications team.

 

This position is full time and offers industry-leading benefits and paid leave. HCN staff are currently working remotely, but gradually returning to in-office work.

 

About Homeless Children's Network

Homeless Children’s Network is a leading provider of trauma-informed behavioral health services to Black/African American families in San Francisco and the hub for a network of 50+ community-based organizations and agencies citywide. We provide whole person mental health and family support to more than 2000 children and families who are homeless or at-risk. Our boldly Afri-centric approach is built into every aspect of our work from service design to infrastructure, program delivery, community building and healing.

 

Frequent activities in this role may include, but are not limited to: 

Marketing and Communications (60%)

  • Developing and executing an organizational marketing strategy and plan to increase visibility and giving.

  • Create effective communication strategies for HCN including: 

  • optimization of the organization’s website and social media presence

  • recommending and implementing strategies for increasing active engagement and conversions from supporters to donors. 

  • Identifying opportunities for HCN to expand its media presence and leverage coverage for development and other uses.

  • Developing and applying a deep understanding of HCN’s programs and your own lived experience to effectively tell the story of the organization.

  • Managing the content, production, and delivery of HCN’s monthly newsletter, including maintaining up-to-date and segmented mailing lists.

  • Creating impactful, timely, and accurate, compelling email, print, and social media  content including custom graphics and video.

  • Posting created content on HCN’s website, blog and all relevant social media platforms.

  • Design and production of HCN annual and special reports.

  • Develop and maintain relationships and regular communication with HCN Media List

  • Manage media inquiries and arrange interviews, statements, etc.

  • Represent HCN in the community at events, information tables, and more

  • Support Communications and Development teams as needed

  • Other duties as assigned by the Development Director 

 

Event Planning (25%)

  • Supporting creative in-person and online events for donors and supporters.

  • Other duties as assigned by the Development Director 

 

Administration (15%)

  • Tracking social media, website, and email marketing analytics, identifying trends, using analytics and similar data to develop strategy and report on communication trends with high accuracy and consistency.

  • Other duties as assigned by the Development Director 

 

Desired Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience preferred 

  • 5-7 years of professional or volunteer experience demonstrating skills and accomplishments that are transferable to this role. These include:

  • Deep understanding of the causes, manifestations, and impacts of racism on Black/African American children and families, preferably in San Francisco or the Bay Area, acquired through experience and/or formal education.

  • Highly compelling storytelling, written, and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to adapt the style and format for different audiences and organizational needs. 

  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously from design to completion, meet deadlines, produce high quality deliverables, coordinate with and across teams, and change course, as needed, in a demanding work environment.

  • High level of proficiency using online platforms to create and execute timely messaging and successful campaigns, as well as marketing and development tools for donor management (EveryAction preferred), email marketing (MailChimp or other), content management (Wix or other), and project management (such as Trello).

  • Knowledge of graphic design tools including Canva, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign

  • Web design experience with Wix (WordPress is a bonus)

  • Video editing experience in DaVinci, Adobe Premiere, or other similar software

  • Fundraising and community event production experience

 

HCN’s Community Culture

In alignment with our diverse and devoted staff, HCN seeks candidates who are genuine, caring, enthusiastic, team-orientated individuals. Successful candidates have a positive attitude and proven ability to work successfully with people of different ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, religious, gender, and sexual orientations.

 

We also emphasize the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality. Please bring an analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

 

How to Apply

  • One-page cover letter describing your relevant experience and why you are interested in the Communications Specialist position at HCN.

  • your current resume.

  • (Optional) Work sample relevant to this position. If you prepared it with another person or as a team assignment, include a brief statement of no more than 150 words explaining how it was created, with whom, and your contribution(s).

  • Applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled.

Major Gifts Officer

AGENCY: Homeless Children’s Network

TITLE: Major Gifts Officer

SALARY: $75,000.00 - $85,000 per year

SCHEDULE: Full-time position, 40 hours per week

BENEFITS: Offers industry-leading benefits and paid leave

 

About the Position

HCN is growing rapidly. As a Major Gifts Officer, you will have an exciting opportunity to have a big influence in an organization making a major impact in the unhoused community. Working closely with the Development Director and the Development and Communications team, key program staff, and external vendors, you will assist in facilitating development activities across the organization with a focus on cultivating major gifts, establishing relationships with various giving programs, and producing fundraising activities and events to support the mission and vision of HCN. 

The right candidate is focused, organized, entrepreneurial and self-directed, with a high level of cultural and technical fluency. You’re someone who loves learning new technology and is a clear, direct communicator. Be ready to jump in and work, proactively meeting challenges and finding ways to advance HCN’s mission and the Development and Communications team.

This position is full-time and offers industry-leading benefits and paid leave with a combination of in-office and remote work.

 

About Homeless Children's Network

Homeless Children’s Network is a leading provider of trauma-informed behavioral health services to Black/African American families in San Francisco and the hub for a network of 50+ community-based organizations and agencies citywide.  We provide whole-person mental health and family support to more than 2000 children and families who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of experiencing homelessness. Our Afri-centric approach is built into every aspect of our work from service design to infrastructure, program delivery, community building, and healing.

 

Frequent activities in this role may include, but are not limited to: 

Major Gifts (75%)

  • Assist the DoD in executing campaigns and major donor-related events.

  • Ensure consistent and appropriate contact, facilitate or make solicitations, and ensure effective stewardship.

  • Develop strategies to identify, qualify, cultivate, solicit, and steward major donor prospects.

  • Coordinate production and mailing of spring and year-end appeal letters. 

  • Maintain a portfolio of Major Giving donors/prospects with specific cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies for each assigned prospect.

  • Manage information flows between donors and prospects, program staff, and Officer(s).

  • Assist in the identification and qualification of new prospects and donors in the region and nationally.

  • Coordinate virtual and in-person meetings to cultivate donor and prospect relationships.

  • Lead the annual appeal and other individual giving campaigns.

  • Prepare written materials such as proposals, solicitations, reports, and appeal letters.

  • Record and report key metrics through the use of internal tracking systems.

  • Provide customer service for donors as a primary point of contact.

  • Work collaboratively with the development operations team to facilitate reporting, research, and analysis

  • Assist with proposal/concept development, including management, writing, and ensuring high-quality, successful submissions to individual and private foundation donors.

  • Make arrangements for meetings with major donors, including scheduling with all parties involved and keeping the momentum for arranging meetings with donors.

 

Grants and Corporate Giving (20%)

  • Assist in identifying and cultivating giving programs with small, medium, and large individual donors as part of an annual campaign; prioritizes prospects; document all contacts; determine targeted results, tracks and documents progress. 

  • Assist in implementing an annual plan to increase business and civic group giving; determine targeted results, track, and document progress. 

  • Support DoD in coordinating with Finance to process donations and prepare acknowledgement letters and other correspondence. 

  • Create monthly fundraising reports and other donor database reports as needed. 

  • Continually update and correct donor database records. 

  • Conduct preliminary research on prospective corporate and private foundation funders

  • Establish a realistic budget for events and account for anticipated fundraising outcomes

  • Implement various fundraising efforts including product sales, obtaining items for sale in auctions, and acquiring donations

  • Assist in writing grant proposals and developing event opportunities

 

Other (5%)

  • Work closely with social media department to establish plans for marketing events and programs

  • Works with the advertisement and marketing departments to promote fundraising events using flyers, advertisements, and digital marketing outreach

  • Prepare media materials for distribution. (i.e. copying, filing, mailing, e-mailing) 

  • Assemble media and donor kits for events and meetings.

  • Other duties as assigned by the Development Director 

 

Desired Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience. 

  • 5-7 years of professional or volunteer experience demonstrating skills and accomplishments that are transferable to this role. These include:

  • Experience with relational databases is essential. Must be enthusiastic, highly organized, analytical, and able to adjust to changing priorities.

  • Ability to prioritize and manage several milestones and projects efficiently

  • Extensive experience working with different operating systems including Windows and Microsoft suite

  • Experience planning large-scale events and fundraisers is preferred

  • Ability to generate interest in the company or program and reach out to appropriate business partners

  • Experience working with a diverse team and promoting a positive brand image

  • Experience researching donation programs and opportunities available through local, state, and federal programs

  • Professional written and interpersonal skills are essential when communicating with customers and clients

  • Ability to work well with a team to promote company initiatives

  • Deep understanding of the causes, manifestations, and impacts of racism on Black/African American children and families, preferably in San Francisco or the Bay Area, acquired through experience and/or formal education.

  • Highly compelling storytelling, written, and interpersonal communication skills with the ability to adapt the style and format for different audiences and organizational needs. 

  • Proven ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously from design to completion, meet deadlines, produce high-quality deliverables, coordinate with and across teams, and change course, as needed, in a demanding work environment.

  • High level of proficiency using online platforms to create and execute timely messaging and successful campaigns, as well as marketing and development tools for donor management (Bloomerang preferred), email marketing (MailChimp or other), content management (Wix or other), and project management (such as Trello).

  • Graphic design, video, and/or donor event production are a plus.

 

HCN’s Community Culture

In alignment with our diverse and devoted staff, HCN seeks candidates who are genuine, caring, enthusiastic, team-orientated individuals. Successful candidates have a positive attitude and proven ability to work successfully with people of different ethnic, socioeconomic, educational, religious, gender, and sexual orientations.

 

We also emphasize the heartfelt quality of compassion, with exquisite cultural responsiveness as a primary guiding quality. Please bring an analysis of how race, ethnicity, culture, language, region, poverty, sexual and gender identity, age, education, opportunities and resources generationally made available or not, and systemic oppressions impact a person’s mental health.

 

How to Apply

  • One-page cover letter describing your relevant experience and why you are interested in the Major Gifts Officer position at HCN.

  • Current resume.

  • (Optional) Work sample relevant to this position. If you prepared it with another person or as a team assignment, include a brief statement of no more than 150 words explaining how it was created, with whom, and your contribution(s).

  • Applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled.

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